Maserati dealerships across Europe will soon offer bespoke Giuliettas as courtesy cars.
From platform sharing to badge engineering, there are numerous ways that companies under the same umbrella group collaborate, and in recent years a new form of partnership has emerged. First put into action in 2008 when Ferrari elected to use a limited edition Fiat 500 as a courtesy car for their customers, the practice has been repeated by two other brands of the Fiat Group as Maserati has pinpointed the Alfa Romeo Giulietta to be a more than competent courtesy vehicle.
The C-segment hatchback will be produced in a limited number of 100 units. Based on the top-of-the-line Quadrifoglio Verde, which is powered by a 235hp turbocharged 1.8-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine, the 'Guilietta for Maserati' special edition will be set apart by its 'enhanced by diamond tooling' 18-inch alloys and larger brakes with red calipers. The interior will feature Venere leather upholstery in 'Maserati Brown,' brushed aluminum inserts, aluminum door sill plates engraved with the names 'Giulietta' and 'Maserati', and a plaque on the dashboard embossed with 'Alfa Romeo for Maserati.'